This book is not the best book I have ever read. I disagree with a lot of Hannah's reasoning and such, but at the same time I feel like I understand her completely. Tyler taking pictures of her in her house, having her words stolen by Ryan, witnessing Jessica's rape and feeling powerless to stop it, the stop sign incident, Mr. Porter and his obliviousness, the hot-tub thing, the list and the assault because of it.
Had I been in Hannah's place I would have done many things differently,but at the same time, I understand her, and why she thought she had to do what she did, why she thought it was necessary, although it wasn't, because it never is.
This is a very unusual book, with an interesting format. I read it in one sitting, and I have to say, it's something everyone should read, and its message is so so so important.